Ahmed Al-Ahmar, captain of the handball team, was able to continue his international achievements with his country before announcing his international retirement at the end of the current Olympic cycle, after he became the historical top scorer for Egyptian handball in the history of the Olympics, after he surpassed the number of Hussein Zaki, the former Pharaohs player who was at the top of the scorers with 77 goals. After he scored in the handball match against Japan, which was held on Wednesday at the Tokyo Olympics.
Ahmed Al-Ahmar participated in four consecutive Olympics, where he scored 18 goals in 6 matches in the Athens Olympics, while in the Beijing Olympics he scored 24 goals in 5 matches, in the Rio de Janeiro Olympics he scored 27 goals in 5 matches, and in the Tokyo Olympics he scored 11 goals in 3 matches Until now.
Boy Ahmed Al-Ahmar On January 27, 1984, to the Zamalek family, he is the son of the captain of the White Castle in the hand, Mustafa Al-Ahmar, and his sister, the media, Naira Al-Ahmar, and Al-Ahmar won with the Egyptian national team 10 championships, distributed to 4 African Nations in 2004, 2008, 2016 and 2020, and crowned with the Pharaohs the gold of the tournament The African Games 3 times, the Arab Games 2 titles, and the Mediterranean Games Championship once.
The White Castle star also participated in 4 Olympic Games, Athens 2004, achieving 12th place, Beijing 2008, 10th place, Rio de Janeiro 2016, 9th place, and finally the Tokyo Olympics. He also participated in seven editions of the World Cup, and 13th place was the best he achieved in 2017 edition in France.
Ahmed Al-Ahmar is the owner of the largest number of continental championships with one club, which is Al-Zamalek Club, by achieving 12 continental championships with him, and he is the historical scorer of the Club World Cup. Among the best right-back, best player, and top scorer of the tournament, and in most tournaments, he combined the three titles, in addition to the man of the match, the title he achieved in most of the matches he participated in, even for a few minutes, whether local, continental or international.
At the level of clubs in the continents of Asia and Africa, Ahmed Al-Ahmar won 19 continental championships to be number one in the world in obtaining continental championships, as he was crowned with Zamalek 5 times in the African Champions League, 5 African Super Cups, once the League Champions Cup and 4 times in the African Championship. Cup winners, in addition to winning the third place in the FIFA Club World Cup in 2010.
The seventh day monitors footage of Ahmed Al-Ahmar in the following pictures: